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Pepas's lover, Iván, leaves her and she tries to contact him to find out why he's left. In her search for Iván, she confronts his wife and son, who are as clueless as she is. Meanwhile; Candela, her friend, is afraid the police might be looking for her because of her ex-boyfriend, a muslim terrorist, and his criminal activities. As the plot develops, it is revealed that everyone's lives are more intertwined than they could have ever expected.Written by
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Pepa encourages one of her ducks to jump on a piece of furniture that was Ivan's. The duck refuses and Pepa says "she hates it." The duck, with a green head, is clearly a male. See more »
Hello. I'm the mother of the notorious Crossroads Killer. When my son comes home after one of his famous crimes, his clothes are just filthy.
[Pepa holds up a bloody shirt. The police arrive]
Where are the clothes your son wore...
At the time of the murder?
[Pepa takes a clean shirt out of the dryer]
Right here. Sparkling clean.
No trace of blood.
[Pepa holds up a box of detergent]
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Truly wonderful and insightful romp which alternates between tragedy and farce seamlessly without ever missing a beat. Excellent performances by the entire cast contribute mightily as does a first-class camp score. This was the first Almodovar film I ever saw, and it made it a requisite for me to see each new one as it comes out. The man is a genius!
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